PLANET NINE - Antarctica adventures to take your breath away photo 1

PLANET NINE - Antarctica adventures to take your breath away

The Tim Heywood-designed explorer superyacht is now on her way to Antarctica, ready to embark on the voyage she was made for - an epic journey south, to the far reaches of the Polar regions, and there's still time to get on board

This Winter, PLANET NINE will be based in Antarctica, one of the world's most captivating and unexplored regions, where she will remain until February and she is available for charter in Antarctica or Southern Patagonia from 4th to 27th January.

Guests will be greeted from their flight into King George Island and from there itineraries can be tailored to suit, including organising the first private submersible dives in the region - an experience afforded to very few.

Other highlights include meeting some of Antarctica’s resident wildlife on a visit to a raucous penguin colony, sea kayaking between pristine icebergs, even the chance to do what few people have done before: cross the Antarctic Circle.

PLANET NINE is almost unique in her ability to offer a fully operational helipad for charter use, allowing you to take full advantage of her brand-new custom helicopter, with rides from the yacht, deep into the frozen lands and islands beyond. Guests will also be able to experience the spectacular scenery of this Polar region from the observation deck, with breaching humpback whales and leopard seals just a few feet away.

A brand new 73m vessel from renowned designer Tim Heywood, PLANET NINE is ready to deliver her guests the ultimate in superyacht status and luxury.

Key features 

Tim Heywood design

Fully dedicated owner's deck

Helicopter with hangar and refuelling capabilities

Fully integrated Apple AV systems throughout

Large cinema

Large beach club

Steam room / sauna

Guest elevator to all decks

Large array of toys& all Arctic gear

Large custom tenders by RUPERT MARINE

Charter costs

FLAT RATE US$725,000 per week + APA (expedition costs starting from USD $35,000 + flights to King George Island).

Please click here to view more information on Antarctica costs.



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